Explosion-proof cages, also known as Hesco Barrier, Blast Nets, Blast Walls, And Hersco Forts, are an important form of protection in modern warfare, consisting of a foldable wire mesh container and a heavy non-woven geotextile padding that can serve as a semi-permanent military base to thwart explosions or small arms attacks. Widely used by United Nations peacekeepers.
Hesco bastion material: using mild steel wire (Q195, Q235) or Galfan wire (Galfan wire)
1) wire diameter: 4mm, 5mm
2) mesh: 76.2x76.2mm
3) spring: 4mm
4) geotextile: 2mm thick, khaki/green, depending on the environment. 5) Surface treatment: first welded after electrogalvanizing, first welded after hot-dip galvanizing, Golfan silk.
2.Forward Operating Base
5.Explosion and Bullet Protection
6.Command and Control Center
7.Training And Shooting Ranges
12.Hostile Vehicle Mitigation
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1.The metal wire mesh container is made of high-carbon steel wire, welded by a special welding process, and its yield, welding strength and other indicators greatly improve the surface treatment using hot-dip galvanized or zinc aluminum alloy process to greatly improve the corrosion resistance.
2. The heavy-duty non-woven geotextile liner used in Hesco Barriers have flame retardant and UV resistance properties, which greatly improves the safety and service life of transportation, installation, use, process.
3. The color of The Hesco's barrier is generally beige or army green.
4. Simple to use, easy to operate, can resist explosion and ballistic threats, terrorist attacks, and protect personnel from explosions and projectiles.
5. Can be assembled faster with minimal manpower, handling equipment and filler materials. It only takes 20 minutes to complete. If sandbags were used, the same wall would take eight people eight hours to build and would require three times as much padding.
In practical use, the filling material can be sourced locally, especially in the desert Gobi where stone is scarce. With the help of advanced tools such as excavators and forklifts, installation is quick and can quickly form a solid barbed wire protective wall, which is widely used in modern warfare because of its simple installation, foldable and easy handling.